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Posted 7/27/2011 3:23pm by Randy Warren.

 Thursday at 8am we will open for Pyo Raspberries and have fair  picking conditions. Which means that there will be berries available but it will take quite a bit of work to pick. The raspberry beds will be closed friday for ripening and reopen Saturday at 8am We will have at the farmstand fresh picked blueberries, swiss chard, pickling cukes, slicing cukes,summer squash, zucchini, sugar snap peas, and cured garlic. Also we have maple syrup, handmade herbal soaps, and a nice selection of lisianthus plants. We  have a few fresh picked tomatoes and expect quite a few starting in about a week, sweet cornwill start soon, and we will be back into fresh picked strawberries in about one week. We will be open until 4pm.


 

 

Posted 7/25/2011 2:20pm by Randy Warren.

We will be closed Tuesday to let the berries ripen and to do some fieldwork. Wednesday at 8am we will open for Pyo Raspberries and expect good to very good picking conditions. We will have at the farmstand fresh picked raspberries, blueberries, swiss chard, lettuce, pickling cukes, summer squash, zucchini, sugar snap peas, and cured garlic. Also we have maple syrup, handmade herbal soaps, and a nice selection of lisianthus plants. We expect to have fresh picked tomatoes in about a week, sweet corn in about a week and be back into fresh picked strawberries in about one week. We will be open until 4pm.

Posted 7/24/2011 5:31pm by Randy Warren.

We will have good+ picking conditions which means there will be plenty of berries but it will take a little work to pick. We expect a large crowd as the weather will be nice, so if you are coming later in the day please call first to check on the current conditions. We do expect to be open at least until 2pm, possibly until 4pm.  We will have at the farmstand fresh picked raspberries, blueberries, swiss chard, lettuce, pickling cukes, summer squash, zucchini, sugar snap peas, and cured garlic. Also we have maple syrup, handmade herbal soaps, and a nice selection of lisianthus plants. We expect to have fresh picked tomatoes in about a week, sweet corn in about a week and be back into fresh picked strawberries in about one week. 

Posted 7/23/2011 2:22pm by Randy Warren.

We will be open at our farmstand on Sunday but the PYO Raspberry beds will be closed for ripening. We will have at the farmstand fresh picked raspberries, sugar snap peas, blueberries, swiss chard, and zucchini. We also have handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup, cured garlic and lisianthus plants. Our next PYO Raspberries will be Monday starting at 8am. 

Posted 7/21/2011 4:00pm by Randy Warren.

We will be closed Friday and let the berries ripen. We will open Saturday at 7am, so people have a chance to pick before it gets too hot. We expect good to very good picking conditions. Our raspberry beds will be open as long as the raspberries allow up to 4pm if we have enough ripe berries. Our farmstand will be open until 4pm. At our farmstand we will have fresh picked raspberries, blueberries, swiss chard, lettuce, garlic, sugar snap peas, zucchini, and summer squash. Also we have handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup, and a selection of plants including our specialty cut flower lisianthus.

Posted 7/20/2011 3:48pm by Randy Warren.

We expect fair to good picking, thus we will have quite a few berries but it will take a little work to pick. We also expect it to get hot. At our farmstand we will have fresh picked raspberries, blueberries, swiss chard, lettuce, garlic, sugar snap peas, zucchini, and summer squash. Also we have handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup, and a selection of plants including lisianthus. We will be open until 4pm. We will be closed friday and open from 8am to 4pm Saturday.

Posted 7/19/2011 4:23pm by Randy Warren.

We will have good to very good picking, possibly excellent picking conditions. We expect to be able to handle a large crowd but please check before coming if coming later in the day. At our farmstand we will have fresh picked raspberries, sugar snap peas, zucchini, swiss chard, blueberries, lettuce, handmade herbal soaps , maple syrup, and a nice selection of lisianthus plants. Looking ahead to the weather, we are tentatively planning on being closed friday due to the heat so we can water to cool the raspberries. 

Posted 7/18/2011 4:07pm by Randy Warren.

We will have fair to good picking on our PYO Raspberries, which means there will be ripe berries but it will take a little work to pick and would not be a good morning to pick large quantities. We will close the beds at 10 am for ripening. We will be open until 4pm at our farmstand with fresh picked raspberries, swiss chard, lettuce, sugar snap peas, zucchini from a local farm,  blueberries(from Emery Farm), fresh garlic, maple syrup and a nice selection of lisianthus plants. We do expect to have better pyo raspberry picking on Wednes morning.

Posted 7/16/2011 2:02pm by Randy Warren.

We will be closed Sunday to let the berries ripen and open Monday July 18 at 8am for PYO Raspberries. We expect very good to excellent picking. We will also have pyo and fresh picked sugar snap peas, swiis chard zucchini from a neighboring farm, handmade herbal soap, fresh dug garlic, lisianthus plants (specialty cut flower), and maple syrup fom a local farm. We expect to have enough ripe raspberries to be open for a length of time and probably until 4pm. 

Posted 7/14/2011 11:32am by Randy Warren.

We will be closed Friday July 15 and will open at 8am on Saturday July 16 with PYO Raspberries. We expect very good to possibly excellent picking conditions. We will be open Saturday until at least 2pm at the farmstand and actually think the raspberry fields may have enough ripe berries to be open until 2pm also. But it is always best to call right before coming to check on the picking conditions. We will have also pyo sugar snap peas, fresh picked sugar snap peas, swiss chard, fresh dug garlic, handmade herbal soaps, a small selection of potted plants especially our specialty cut flower Lisianthus, and maple syrup from a local farm. We do expect our first cukes, summer squash, zucchini, and tomatoes to ripen in the next week or so. We expect the first Warren Farm sweet corn to be in 2 to 3 weeks. Our day-neutral strawberries are blossoming and we expect to be back in strawberries in about 2 to 3 weeks. 

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